Understanding the difference between Roles and Permissions is key to the successful management of your users’ access levels in the Plum Platform.
For a detailed list of User Roles and User Permissions, consult this article.
- Define system-level access to one or more of the following dashboards/features: Company, Recruiting, Analytics, Talent and Match Criteria.
- Are assigned or revoked within the Company tab and can be edited or revoked at any time by those with the User Admin or Super Admin role.
- The current user Roles available in Plum are:
- Super Admin: Can see and do everything in the entire Plum Resilience Platform.
- User Admin: Can see and do everything in the Company tab, except assigning a Super Admin role.
- Recruiting Admin: Can see and do everything in the Recruiting feature.
- Recruiting Specialist: Can see and do everything on jobs for which they are a hiring team member.
- Recruiting Coordinator: Can see and do everything on the candidate list of a job but have view-only privileges otherwise on jobs for which they are a hiring team member.
- Recruiting Analyst: Can see and do everything in the Analytics feature.
- Talent Admin: Can see and do everything in the Talent Feature (Groups, Maps).
- Match Criteria Admin: Can see and do everything in the Match Criteria Catalog.
- A user can have several simultaneous roles. For example, a user that would manage Recruiting as well as reporting on recruitment metrics would be granted the Recruiting Admin and the Recruiting Analyst role.
- Please note that although all the roles are unlocked for your users, users will only have access to the role-specific feature if it is part of your Plum contractual agreement.
For more details on the role-based permissions associated to the Plum user roles, access the Company tab, and click on the sign in the Roles column for any user.
- Are specific to an area within a dashboard (i.e., a Job, a Talent Group, a Talent Map, and/or a Match Criteria).
- Are assigned or revoked within the given area. They can be assigned by a user who has the feature role allowing them to do so, or by the Admins of the Job, Group, Map or Match Criteria.
- Are stand-alone and do not require the user to have a user role.
- Examples of User Permissions include:
- Recruiting: Job Team Member.
- Talent: Group or Map Admin.
- Match Criteria: Expert Contributor.
For more information about the Company Tab and the management of user roles and permissions, consult the following articles: